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Learn to Stand Up Paddleboard

Learn how to master the art of Stand-Up Paddle-Boarding (SUP) on the picturesque setting of Alta Lake.

Learn to Stand Up Paddleboard

$119.99 per person

Learn to Stand Up Paddleboard with Whistler Eco Tours! Stand-Up Paddle-Boarding (SUP) offers a fun way to explore the water with the added benefit of an upper body workout. Originating in Hawaii, SUP is an ancient form of surfing and is the perfect sport to immerse yourself in nature.

Whistler Eco Tours offers instruction on how to learn to Stand-Up Paddle-Board at our Wayside Park location on Alta Lake. On this tour you will learn the basic skills you need to develop your confidence as a Stand-Up Paddle-Boarder from one of our Paddle Canada certified instructors in the picturesque setting of Alta Lake. As a bonus, you’ll also learn about the local ecology and history of the area.

 

Want to further your SUPing? Try our SUP Lake Adventure Tour or join one of our SUP Yoga Classes!

 

All prices are based on a minimum of two persons. Group pricing: 6 or more people. Child pricing: 12 years and under.

All guests are required to sign a legal release of liability waiver before participation.

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  • Departure Time
    9:00am, 1:00pm
  • Included
    Equipment Rental
    Experienced Guide
    Local Pickup/Dropoff
    Paddle Board
  • Not Included
    Bike Helmet
    Bike Lock
    Bottled Water
    Drybag
    Eco Race Bandana
    Lift Tickets
    Luxury Transportation
    PFD (Life Jacket)
    Trail Map

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What to Bring / What to Wear

We recommend you wear clothing that you could get wet, as well as a hat, sunglasses and close-toed footwear that can get wet.

 

It's always a good idea to bring a waterproof jacket or a warm sweater as the mountain weather can change quickly - even on sunny days! It's also a good idea to pack a towel, a change of clothes, sunscreen and a snack.

 

Don't forget your camera to capture your adventure! You can store it safely in a provided dry bag when you're not using it.

 

We ask that you please bring your own reusable water bottle - we're working to reduce plastic waste. Did you know that Whistler has some of the cleanest and freshest tap water in the world? Our alpine-fresh water supply comes from beautiful Rainbow Lake which is fed by ancient glaciers. However, if you require, bottled water is available for purchase at our Village Office.